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Why can't planes fly over Antarctica?

  1. Why can't planes fly over Antarctica?
  2. Why is going to Antarctica illegal?
  3. What is forbidden in Antarctica?
  4. When was Antarctica ice free?
  5. Can I live in Antarctica?
  6. Did dinosaurs live in Antarctica?
  7. Can trees grow in Antarctica?

Why can't planes fly over Antarctica?

Firstly, there's a lack of any real need to fly over the South Pole. There's a lot less airline traffic in the far reaches of the southern hemisphere than the northern hemisphere. For example, the southern hemisphere doesn't have the equivalent of those typically busy sub polar routes between North America and Asia.

Why is going to Antarctica illegal?

No country owns Antarctica, instead, all activities are governed by the Antarctic Treaty of 1959 and associated agreements, referred to collectively as the Antarctic Treaty System. Basically, a number of countries run the continent as a condominium. Since no country owns Antarctica, no visa is required to travel there.

What is forbidden in Antarctica?

Sometimes, it's something as simple as a pebble from a beach. However, in Antarctica, taking anything is banned. This includes rocks, feathers, bones, eggs and any kind of biological material including traces of soil. Taking anything man-made is also completely banned, as some might actually be research equipment.

When was Antarctica ice free?

about 34 million years agoAntarctica is the coldest of Earth's continents. It was ice-free until about 34 million years ago, when it became covered with ice.

Can I live in Antarctica?

No-one lives in Antarctica indefinitely in the way that they do in the rest of the world. It has no commercial industries, no towns or cities, no permanent residents. The only "settlements" with longer term residents (who stay for some months or a year, maybe two) are scientific bases.

Did dinosaurs live in Antarctica?

Dinosaurs lived in Antarctica and are well known from the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, although few have been described formally. They include ankylosaurs (the armoured dinosaurs), mosasaurs and plesiosaurs (both marine reptilian groups).

Can trees grow in Antarctica?

On the other end of the world in the the Antarctic, one can find another type of "tree" - or rather remains of trees. These petrified treed formed approximately 40 million years ago, when the Antarctic climate was just starting to cool down, and and the Antarctic Ice Sheet only covered land around the South Pole.

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